De Havilland Tiger Moth
Wing span; 44” Wing Area; 575 sq. in. Length; 34.35” Flying weight; 20 oz.
Power; E-Flight 920kv Park 400 Outrunner w/ Thunderbird 18 ESC w/ BEC, APC 11-5.5E prop, and Thunderpower 2100 mah 2 cell Lipoly battery.
Guidance is 4 ch. R/C with 4 servos: 1 ea. Rudder and Elevator, and 2 Aileron, using the Spektrum DX-6 radio.
The Tiger Moth is a large Park Flyer, but is slow and docile, so can be flown in smaller venues. The model requires intermediate building skills; some “stick framing” experience would be very helpful.
Flying the Tiger Moth requires only intermediate flying skills as well, and would make a terrific “first biplane”. For those calm relaxing evenings, the Tiger Moth would be real hard to beat!
The short kit contains 3 highly detailed 36” X 48” plan sheets, 9 laser cut (7 balsa 2 plywood) sheets, and a vac-formed plastic cowl, windshields, oil tank, hub caps and corrugated gas tank skin.
You can order the Short Kit here: Price: $84.95